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Old 01-28-2006, 09:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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as some of you know im soon putting my b7 head on my b8 block
can i use a standard o2 sensor so when im boosted i can take it to get dynoed and tuned, is there something that i have to have in my car or something done to the ecu before i can take it to get dynoed and tuned, the only places here are All Version Motoring they actually rent out Titan or CFT Central Florida Turbo which is right down the street from me.
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You will need a chipped ecu and software to tune it with. You will also need a wideband o2 sensor. Wideband o2 sensors will show the exact air/fuel ratio and standard will only show rich or lean but not by how much. Go ask the shops what to do and see if they can help you.
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